x

News

All East Hawaii NewsNorth Hawaii NewsWest Hawaii News
Bidding Scheduled for Cemetery Road Restoration

Bidding Scheduled for Cemetery Road Restoration

August 7, 2015

Almost 10 months have passed since the June 27 lava flow initially crossed Cemetery Road in Pahoa.

Kona Furlough Inmate Fails to Check In

Kona Furlough Inmate Fails to Check In

August 6, 2015

A Kona extended furlough inmate failed to check in Thursday morning.

Ka'u Planning Future Focus of Meetings Ka’u Planning Future Focus of Meetings August 6, 2015 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

The Steering Committee for the Ka’u Community Development Plan has scheduled a series of community meetings with topic-focused agendas.

Ige Releases Nearly $4M for Big Island CIP Projects Ige Releases Nearly $4M for Big Island CIP Projects August 6, 2015 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

Of the Big Island’s nearly $4 million released, $2.7 million will go to efforts at the Kona International Airport.

Man Dies Aboard Hilo-Bound Flight Man Dies Aboard Hilo-Bound Flight August 6, 2015 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

A man died aboard a United Airlines flight headed to Hilo from Los Angeles, Calif. Wednesday evening.

Kilauea Summit Update - 8/6/15 Kilauea Summit Update – 8/6/15 August 6, 2015 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

For three days, the summit of Kilauea held flat as tiltmeters at the summit recorded no significant change. The three day lull ended Thursday morning as deflationary tilt began at the summit.

DWS: Flow Test to Cause Water Disruption in Pahoa Area DWS: Flow Test to Cause Water Disruption in Pahoa Area August 6, 2015 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

The Department of Water Supply says a fire hydrant flow test on Aug. 18 may temporarily disrupt water quality in some Pahoa areas.

Protesters Take a Stand at Astronomy Conference on Oahu Protesters Take a Stand at Astronomy Conference on Oahu August 6, 2015 · 3 Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

This is the first time the International Astronomical Union general assembly is being held in Hawaii. The event comes at a time when telescope construction in the state is being challenged by some residents.

Guillermo Prompts Flood Advisory, Hilda Holds Steady Guillermo Prompts Flood Advisory, Hilda Holds Steady August 6, 2015 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, Hurricane Tracker, News, North Hawaii News, Weather, West Hawaii News

We are also now tracking a tropical storm in the Eastern Pacific. Overnight Hilda strengthened from a tropical depression to a weak tropical storm with maximum…

Holualoa Ali'i Kai Community to Gain New Park Holualoa Ali’i Kai Community to Gain New Park August 5, 2015 · No Comments · News, West Hawaii News

A new park in the Holualoa Ali’i Kai Subdivision will break ground on Wednesday, Aug. 12.

Page 22 of 545« First...10...2021222324...304050...Last »